Su Blackwell's Floral Wreath Constructions are Incredibly Lifelike

By: Jana Pijak - Oct 9, 2014
References: sublackwell & mymodernmet
Su Blackwell's vibrant paper sculptures are crafted using an unlikely material. Though made of paper, these floral canopies and wreaths are incredibly lifelike, boasting vibrant hues and shapes that resemble petals, leaves and stems.

Named 'Sertum Orchidaceum', this collection of paper art sculptures looks to nature for its inspiration. Its botanical forms are crafted to resemble real flower forms while its size is reminiscent of something one would see at a gorgeous garden or outdoor wedding ceremony. Su Blackwell's paper art pieces are lightweight and visually striking.

The art pieces feature an abundance of layered leaf and flower elements that embody a lush aesthetic. If you're unable to take care of a living plant, then decorate your home with this paper greenery.